Just in from CinemaCon 2018 by way of @ErikDavis, the Managing Editor @Fandango, we have news and images of the advertsing promotions for next Transformers spin-off film, "Bumblebee: The Movie", that is slated to be in theaters this Christmas, Demcember 21st.
Unfortunately, there's nothing new to see in these promos. Paramount is still using the same marketing with the throwback-looking girl and her car campaign. The images from CinemaCon going on 23-26 April 2018 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas show posters and escalator banners that you can see after the jump.
Press of Atlantic City is reporting that comedic actor, Martin Short. Is doing "voiceovers" for the upcoming Transformers theatrical release, "Bumblebee The Movie". In a promotion for Steve Martain and Short's new musical comedy tour that has already happened, back in December 2017. But somehow, this tiny bit of news is just coming to light - If it is for real. These guys are comedians, so we're waiting till the official announcement, to be sure.
Entertainment Weekly talked to John Cena recently, mainly about his interest in coming on board The Fast And The Furious
franchise. However, as you do, the Transformers question came up, and John Cena certainly gave a statement about it. Cena is either very good at doing vague talk comments or isn't very good at it at all, and I really just can't tell. The only somewhat clear remark is about how the character he plays is of a type he hasn't done before, but that he felt confident about. You can find the quoted comment below and a link to the original article.
Coming in fresh off a post on a Baidu forum we have what might be our first look at the Movie Masterpiece for Bumblebee as he'll appear in Transformers: Bumblebee
later this year. A VW Beetle is seen as an uncolored testshot among an assortment of other Movie Masterpiece molds which may represent knockoffs of the genuine MPM toys. Some folks who've examined the photo have noted panel lines on the VW being placed differently than the G1 Bumblebee Masterpiece, making it unlikely to be a misleading grouping of items. No robot photos as yet, but we might be expecting that soon. Keep reading to see the picture!
We probably shouldn't disclose this to you, but British company NDA-Toys
has posted the first images of the Bumblebee: The Movie
Tiny Turbo Changers! Continuing with the numbering of the series established with Transformers: The Last Knight,
this set of figures is labeled as wave 3. Photos of the display, packaging, and alternate modes were on the site, so click through to see them mirrored here!